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You are definitely right. And I'm fully aware of the need of knowing basic materials first. That's why I'm asking how to get into such field with having to spend 4 years of undergrad program. Cause I know ppl do second and third masters without going through 4 years of undergrad program.
As I already said, I started reading general psychological books that's why I became interested in such field. Perhaps I misunderstood clinical psychology perhaps not. But what I still want to know if by act of a sudden I choose the path of masters conversion courses in psychology, am I gonna have enough knowledge to choose the right path and if clinical psychology was still my choice by then, can I continue on that?
And the most important question, which still exists in my mind, is that what's the exact difference between conversion courses program and other psychology master's program considering both the awarded certificate and the process it takes to finish!?
I'm 27yo male currently about to get graduated in master's of computer science. As I was studying I got so interested in psychology. I just keep thinking about it as if why I shouldn't study that!
I do not have any study in that field I just read general books of famous psychologist and perhaps philosophers.
My concern as of now is just how to apply for second master's with my situation. I have some real questions in my head and my situation is not very clear because I am an Iranian and there are great amount of obstacles ahead of me.
My goal is finding the best clinical master's program for me in a country where there's a chance of applying for residentship after getting graduated (I would love to study PHD in psychology if I did good at master's).
1- I am not be able to afford university fees on my own (sanctions here made life so hard) and government do not give Euros or Dollars that easy even to students (There's only a single rule here which government only supports you if you want to study in higher level of studying which as of now is PHD).
2- Do I need to pass extra credits in psychology before being able to even apply for master's program (if so, what are the courses and their references). Is it possible to take those extra courses along with master's program.
3- I got a little confused with master's conversion program and normal master's program (Is that program only for undergraduates who want to change their field?). In my case is that really needed or I still can apply for master's in psychology?
4- I might be able get English certifications before applying but I still would rather a program which English certifications included with that program. Because it's a little bit harder of process getting TOEFL or academic IELTS here.
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